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Coerver Soccer Returns to West Point

November 16, 2011

Coerver Soccer is running a skills camp for soccer players aged 7-18 on Thursday nights at the Sportsplex from Nov. 17-Dec. 15.

Thomas Easterling, president of the West Point Soccer Club, said that the benefits of participating in the camp easily outweigh the cost, which is $35 per player. "The ball handling skills that players acquire in the Coerver sessions give them an incredible advantage in recreational and intermediate levels of soccer," he said. "But the most important thing about Coerver is that their coaches make learning the game fun."

Dave Dresbach, Coerver's Regional Director, attributes Coerver's success to the fact that coaching soccer is all they do. "We have coaches who have played and trained professionally all over the world," he said. "Soccer is their passion, and they work very hard at it."

Sessions will begin at 6:45 Nov. 17. Participants need to bring their own soccer balls. Visit coerver.com to register, or call 494-3214 for more information.

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